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BRASSICALES Bromhead, 1838 (cabbages, cresses, weld, mignonette, spiders flowers and garden nasturtiums)

Subtaxa (ie subgroups of this Order)

BRASSICACEAE (cabbages, cresses etc.)
Alliaria petiolata (Garlic Mustard, Jack By The Hedge, Hedge Garlic), eg: Alliaria petiolata (Garlic Mustard, Jack By The Hedge, Hedge Garlic) - Flowers and leaves Arabidopsis thaliana (Thale Cress), eg: Arabidopsis thaliana (Thale Cress) - Plant - large, multi-stemmed Arabis (rock cresses), eg: Arabis hirsuta (Hairy Rock-cress) - Shrivelled flower and buds - close-up Armoracia rusticana (Horse Radish, Horse-radish), eg: Armoracia rusticana (Horse Radish, Horse-radish) - Plants Barbarea (winter-cresses), eg: Barbarea vulgaris (Winter-cress) - Basal leaf Brassica (cabbages, mustards, turnips and rape), eg: Brassica oleracea var. oleracea (Wild Cabbage) - Plant - in situ Bunias orientalis (Warty Cabbage, Warty-cabbage), eg: Bunias orientalis (Warty Cabbage, Warty-cabbage) - Flower - side view Cakile maritima (Sea Rocket), eg: Cakile maritima (Sea Rocket) - Plant - in situ Capsella (a genus of flowering plants), eg: Capsella bursa-pastoris (Shepherd’S Purse, Shepherd's-purse) - Plants growing against a wall Cardamine (bitter-cresses), eg: Cardamine impatiens (Narrow-leaved Bitter-cress) - Plant - lower part - in situ Cochlearia (scurvygrasses), eg: Cochlearia pyrenaica subsp. pyrenaica (Pyrenean Scurvygrass) - Cauline leaf (lower) - under surface Crambe (a genus of flowering plants), eg: Crambe maritima (Sea-kale) - Bursting leaf buds - close-up Descurainia (a genus of flowering plants), eg: Descurainia sophia (Flixweed) - Cauline leaf - close-up Diplotaxis (wall-rockets), eg: Diplotaxis muralis (Annual Wall-rocket) - Plant - top view Erophila (whitlowgrasses), eg: Erophila verna subsp. verna (a common whitlowgrass) - In situ - flowers open in sunshine Erysimum (wall flowers), eg: Erysimum cheiri (Wallflower) - Flowers Hesperis (dame's-violets), eg: Hesperis matronalis (Dame's Violet, Dame's-violet) - Inflorescence - close-up Hirschfeldia incana (Hoary Mustard), eg: Hirschfeldia incana (Hoary Mustard) - Plant - base Iberis (candytufts), eg: Iberis amara (Wild Candytuft) - Flowers Lepidium (pepperworts), eg: Lepidium heterophyllum (Smith's Pepperwort) - Plant - in situ Lunaria (honesties), eg: Lunaria annua (Honesty) - Cauline leaf - top and under surface Matthiola (stocks), eg: Matthiola sinuata (Sea Stock) - Flower Raphanus (radishes), eg: Raphanus sativus (Garden Radish) - Flowers Rorippa (yellow-cresses), eg: Rorippa palustris (Marsh Yellow-cress) - Inflorescence Sisymbrium (rockets), eg: Sisymbrium altissimum (Tall Rocket) - Cauline leaf Teesdalia nudicaulis (Shepherd's Cress), eg: Teesdalia nudicaulis (Shepherd's Cress) - Plant Thlaspi (penny-cresses), eg: Thlaspi arvense (Field Penny-cress) - Plant - in fruit
Family 55 subtaxa 13 ident refs
RESEDACEAE (weld and mignonette) Family 3 subtaxa  
Reseda lutea L. (Wild Mignonette)
Plant
Species    
Reseda luteola L. (Weld)
Plant
Species    
Reseda phyteuma L. (Corn Mignonette) Species   1 ident refs
TROPAEOLACEAE (garden nasturtiums) Family 2 subtaxa  
Tropaeolum majus L. (Nasturtium)
A fine show of garden nasturtiums
Species    
Tropaeolum speciosum Poepp. & Endl. (Flame Nasturtium)
Plant and flowers - in garden situation
Species    

Suggested Literature

BioInfo BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 15 general literature references to BRASSICALES (cabbages, cresses, weld, mignonette, spiders flowers and garden nasturtiums)

BRASSICALES may also be covered by literature listed under:

BIOTA
(living things)
Eukaryota
(eukaryotes)
PLANTAE
(plants)
TRACHEOPHYTA
(vascular plants)
MAGNOLIOPSIDA
(flowering plants)

BioInfo BioInfo (www.bioinfo.org.uk) has 745 feeding and other relationships of BRASSICALES (cabbages, cresses, weld, mignonette, spiders flowers and garden nasturtiums)

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